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The purpose of Religious Education is to ensure that it contributes to the ethos and character of The Grange School and enables students to ask deep and often searching questions about their own faiths and beliefs, and the beliefs, faiths and opinions of others regarding pertinent contemporary moral issues. The teaching of RE makes links between the beliefs, practices and value systems of a range of faiths and world views studied.  Students will be able to deepen their own understanding of God as encountered and taught by Christians, Muslims, Jews and Buddhists. The RE curriculum will help to develop responsibility and respect for all aspects of diversity, whether it be social, cultural and religious, and prepare our students well for life in modern Britain.